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    Is it an obligation to withdraw fund with the method it was deposited ?

    what about e-currencies?

    Is it possible to fund by CashU and withdraw with WebMoney or vice versa ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrader View Post
    Is it an obligation to withdraw fund with the method it was deposited ?

    what about e-currencies?

    Is it possible to fund by CashU and withdraw with WebMoney or vice versa ?
    There is a restriction for Egold only (deposits via Egold can be withdrawn by Egold only). If you made deposit via any other method you can withdraw by any other method.
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    There is a restriction for Egold only (deposits via Egold can be withdrawn by Egold only). If you made deposit via any other method you can withdraw by any other method
    if i make mixed deposition via e-gold & webmoney what the way to withdrawal
    e-gold only too??

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    it's pretty good,

    but why you do not accept credit card, as currently most of big brokers do this

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrader View Post
    it's pretty good,

    but why you do not accept credit card, as currently most of big brokers do this
    I believe that option is being looked at. It needs to be implemented very carefully as credit card deposits are open to fraud.
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    Yes you are right, but the easiest way to avoid fraud is to limit the withdrawal time, as it is common for paypal payment.

    You can set a rule that no payment paid by CC can be withdrawal within 30 or 45 days. During this time, the payment will be permanently cleared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrader View Post
    Yes you are right, but the easiest way to avoid fraud is to limit the withdrawal time, as it is common for paypal payment.

    You can set a rule that no payment paid by CC can be withdrawal within 30 or 45 days. During this time, the payment will be permanently cleared.
    yeah! he is right.. CC depositors can only withdraw after the clearing of their deposits.. maybe it is favorable to both sides.

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    the fraud of CC is for those cases in which customers buy something and run

    but in forex the case is different, the customer come to trade for a long time

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    how long withdrawal from cabinet to egold?

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    What if you want to withdraw from the money earned from the bonus? Do we need to deposit e-gold first and can we just deposit like $0.01 of e-gold to withdraw? Are withdrawals instant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FXManiac View Post
    What if you want to withdraw from the money earned from the bonus? Do we need to deposit e-gold first and can we just deposit like $0.01 of e-gold to withdraw? Are withdrawals instant?
    No, if you completed 15 trades and have profit, you can withdraw the full amount of profit without any deposit.
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    www.roboxchange.com - exchange e-money

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    roboxchange has no money left to exchange.

    Try wmmalay.com for egold-webmoney-egold exchange. It's trustworthy and run by fxmalay. Keep it in the family
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    Admin, how about EBullion method? Any possibilities it will be included?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinryll71 View Post
    Admin, how about EBullion method? Any possibilities it will be included?
    In 2-3 days.
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